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- TWO Bedroom End Terrace
- Close To Uxbridge Town Centre
- Modern Tiled Bathroom With Shower
- Separate Kitchen
- Modern Development
- Downstairs WC
- Gas Central Heating
- Private Rear Garden
- Off Street Parking Space
- EPC Rating B
Property SummaryA TWO-bedroom end terrace house located on the popular modern St Andrew’s development situated perfectly for Uxbridge Town Centre with its shops, cinema, restaurants and bars, Uxbridge station (Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines) and Brunel University.
This modern home features; entrance hall with spacious downstairs W/C, superb fitted kitchen, lounge with doors into garden, two double bedrooms and a modern tiled bathroom with shower.
Ideal for the first-time buyers or investors this property also benefits from; gas central heating, double glazed windows, block paving allocated parking and enclosed rear garden with decking area and side access.
The stunning rear garden has a lawn, patio area and side gate and access There is also a decked area to the rear, timber-built garden shed and wood panel fence enclosed.
Kellett street is just a short stroll of Uxbridge Town Centre and all its amenities, including The Chimes and The Pavillions shopping centres, a number of highly regarded restaurants and bars, along with its metropolitan/Piccadilly line station. St Andrews Primary School and John Locke Academy is also close by along with popular secondary schools. The M25/M40 and A40 with their direct links to London and the home counties are just a short drive away. Brunel University is also nearby along with Hillingdon Hospital, Stockley Business Park and Heathrow Airport are also within a short bus ride.
PLEASE NOTE: The property is being offered for sale with a 100% share of the freehold on completion. The owners currently have a 60% share.
A must-see home. Viewing strictly by appointment.
Service Charge: Approximately £214 per annum for upkeep of estate.
Please note all dimensions and descriptions are to be used as a guide only by any prospective buyer and do not constitute representations of fact.